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Diss Decorative & Fine Arts Society

FULL DETAILS OF THE SOCIETY AND ITS ACTIVITIES CAN BE FOUND BY CLICKING ON THE HEADINGS ABOVE.


Diss DFAS is now known as

Arts Society Diss


Provisional lecture programme for 2017-2018:

19 September: Susie Harries
The Art of the Joke: from medieval monks to the visual pun

17 October: Ann Clements
Carl and Karin Larsson and the Ikea effect

21 November: Caroline Rayman
Three Great Families and their Gardens: the Astors, Rothschilds and Sackville Wests

12 December: Ian Keable
George Cruikshank: Caricaturist, Illustrator, Philanderer

16 January: Sarah Pearson
The Art and Architecture of Travel

20 February: Susan Kay-Williams
The Colour Explosion: the C19th achievements of natural dyes and synthetics

20 March: Sam Moorhead
T E Lawrence, Leonard Woolley and the Wilderness of Zin

17 April: Angela Findlay
The Role of the Arts in the Cycle of Crime, Prison and Re-offending

15 May: Nicholas Reed
Laura Knight or Evelyn Dunbar: who was the greater artist?

9 June: Caroline Shenton
Votes for Women: Suffragettes and Female Politicians

Full details available soon

 


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The Constitution of Diss DFAS is now available for perusal.  Click on 'About Us' above, then on 'Documents'.


Final 2016-2017 Lecture: June 20th

The Cook sisters - Saving Lives with Opera



Giacometti Exhibition at Tate Modern - click on About Us above, then select Documents for full details.


Paul Nash exhibition
Sainsbury Centre, Norwich: July 5th

* * * A few places * * *
* * * still available * * *

contact Sara Muldoon: 07905 391629
or sara.muldoon@icloud.com

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